Theres A Big Stick In My Diplomacy !
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Paragraph #2: Big Stick Diplomacy

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Big stick diplomacy originated in West africa. Later it was brought to america and used for the same reasons. It was supported by our 26th President, Theodore Roosevelt. They based the policy off of his famous quote. "speak softly, and carry a big stick" was his quote. The quote explained that we should fight back to bullies, but not to become one yourself. People had the right to stand up for themselfs and thats what Theodore Roosevelt wanted to explain. Although some disagreed with him, many others felt it was a great conception. He modled what a leader should look like. A leader shou;dnt be afraid to take control of a situation going wrong, they should find a way to make it right. The "Big Stick Diplomacy" supported that theroy and any others pertaining to it. That was the reason a modeled leader supported the big stick diplomacy.

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Theodores Letter Primary Document #3

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This is a letter wrote by Theodore Rosevelte. I could only read certain pats of what he was saying. It was to a man named Henry. He ws explaining what was happining at that point of time. How the people were acting around the country

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Theodore Roosevelt's Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine (1905) Historical Website #3

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OurDocuments.gov. Featuring 100 milestone documents of American history from the National Archives. Includes images of original primary source documents, lesson plans, teacher and student competitions, and educational resources.
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Roosevelt and Big Stick Diplomacy Historical Website #1

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On September 2, 1901 (111 years ago today) Theodore Roosevelt uttered his famous phrase "speak softly and carry a big stick." He was Vice-President at the time, but would become President twelve days later on September 14, 1901, following the death...

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Joe Biden promises Barack Obama ‘has a big stick’ Issues in Todays Time #1

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Joe Biden was comparing Barak Obama to Theodore Rosevelt.

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Paragraph #1: Theodore Roosevelt

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Theodore was born on October 27, 1858. He was bor and raised in NYC. Athough he was the the president, he started as an assistant secretary of the Navy. After serving in the military, he became the 33rd governor of New York. Wanting to be more involved, he became th 25th Vice President. To add to his resume, he also became the 26th President of the united states. One of the best leaders in our country, Theodore also faught for our country. Disgusted by how our nation was, he started the big stick policy. It all started with his famous phrase, "Speak softly, and carry a big stick". It basically means to be polite to others. Dont back down from bullies or become one your self. Theodore stuck to his phrase all his life and inspired many others.

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10 Vocabulary Words

1. Negotiate: Try to reach an agreement or compromise by discussion with others.

He Negotiated a new contract with the sellers.

2. Annexation: The action of annexing something.

The annexation of Austria.

3. Republican: belonging to, or characteristic of a republic.

Theodore Roosevelt was a Republican.

4. Wealthy: Having a great deal of money, resources, or assets.

The burden of taxation on the wealthy.

5. Slogan: A short and striking or memorable phrase used in advertising.

Theodore Roosevelt slogan was "Speak Softly and Carry a Big Stick"

6. Trademark: A symbol, word, or words legally registered or established by use as representing a company or product .

They are counterfeiting trademark goods.

7.Originated: Have a specified beginning.

The phrase "Speak Softly But Carry a Big Stick" is originated from West Africa.

8. Simultaneously: at the same time.

The idea of negotiating peacefully, simultaneously threatning the big stick.

9. Abandon: Give up completely.

Reubplican leaders abandon their support for the renomination.

10. Vigorous: Strong, healthy, and full of energy.

Theodore later gained fame, by taking vigorous charge of the city.

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Map of Big Stick Diplomacy Primary Document #2

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This picture show where big stick was impacting. It started in america but than speaded to the latin america. Many places were impacted by how the revelation was spreading. The whole world was had some part in what was happining.

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Historical Website #2

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Hans Morgenthau and the Iraq war: realism versus neo-conservatism by John J Mearsheimer in OpenDemocracy The renowned American foreign-policy realist Hans Morgenthau (1904-80) opposed the Vietnam w...
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Theodore's Speech Primary Document #1

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This is a peace from theodores speech on big sick diplomacy. He is still know today for what he supported. It set a tone on foreing policy. He wanted our world to be the best it could be. This speech explains how he felt about everything.

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